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Liquor store owner after his shop was looted in Brooklyn last night: “I think the peaceful protesters are doing the right thing, and it’s very powerful right now,” he said. “There’s a possibility for change I haven’t felt before.”
Not sure which scenario is more upsetting: Either NYC’s top cop knowingly posted footage of fake evidence meant to demonize protestors - or he didn’t realize it was bs.
Amazing! NYT found someone to clean up Trump’s “tests aren’t great because they tell you that you’re sick” argument.
Netflix raised prices in Q2, but says that wasn't the problem. Instead it says their shows and movies didn't attract enough new subscribers. As it has done before, it has a chart that shows investors it has missed its forecasts before. But not like this:
Netflix says Always Be My Maybe, which everybody in my TL was chatting about, was watched by 32 million people in its first month. Adam Sandler's Murder Mystery, discussed by zero people I know, was watched by 73 million people.
FCC chair Ajit Pai, who has appeared at CES for last 5 years, is bailing this year.
Facebook made WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton a billionaire and he has mixed feelings about it. Great story. “I sold my users’ privacy to a larger benefit. I made a choice and a compromise. And I live with that every day.”